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This is NOT my resume details a brief history of my life and likes, and outlines where I want to go in the future. Feel free to share / like / reply with whomever or whatever you wish. Thanks!

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  • what the Web knows about mecheck me out here: http://about.me/jordan.mcdonnell
  • what my parents would say
  • Jordan is a hard-working, intelligentand ambitious go- getter. If only he could also be as good a golfer as his old man what my parents would say
  • Jordan is a hard-working, intelligentand ambitious go- getter. If only he could also be as good a golfer as his old man Indeed, and Jordan cares intensely about doing the right thing and helping others. I hope he uses his skills and creativity to fulfill his dreams. He could do with visiting us more often though what my parents would say
  • Jordan is a hard-working, intelligentand ambitious go- getter. If only he could also be as good a golfer as his old man Indeed, and Jordan cares intensely about doing the right thing and helping others. I hope he uses his skills and creativity to fulfill his dreams. He could do with visiting us more often though what my parents would say
  • Sir Anthony Quayle
  • Full Name: Age: Nationality: Jordan McDonnell 26 IrishCurrent Location: Languages: Dublin, Ireland English, Spanish, Portuguese
  • the heavens and the Earth were created. And then, many years later
  • I was born in Spain... where I lived until the age of 11.
  • I studied International Commerce at University College Dublin where I received several scholarships during my studies and I graduated top of my class.
  • After graduation, I began my career at Ernst & Young.I worked on a range of operational risk and process improvement projects across Europe and the Middle East.
  • I took 6 months off to do some soul searching in Nepalwhere I taught English at alocal school in Kathmandu.
  • I decided I could do with some more educationso I enrolled onto the prestigious CEMS Masters in International Management. I studied in both Dublin and the amazing city of Barcelona.
  • Upon completion, I took up a Capital Reporting position at AEGON so I packed my bags again and set off for the Netherlands.
  • After one year, Ireturned to Ireland where I landed a job at Twitter! I now work as an Account Manager at Twitter Dublin.
  • I am very excited about the opportunities that this role will provide me and in seeing where it takes me in the future.
  • what Im not looking forI am well able to twiddle my thumbs in my own time, so Im looking togo beyond the snore inducing and meaningless in pursuit of my dreamjob
  • where I want to gobeyond the Moon! I would like to explore exciting opportunities insocial media and digital marketing, challenging myself andencouraging others to deliver true value
  • solving problems
  • solving problemsseeing how things fit together, in order to make sense of the universe
  • learning quickly
  • learning quicklygive me a new task and I will do my utmost to master it
  • thinking creatively
  • thinking creativelyoutside the box what box? I thrive on doing things unconventionallyand using my imagination in designing solutions
  • making beautiful designs
  • making beautiful designsbringing colour and vibrancy to an otherwise dull existence. We livein a beautiful world why not work in one too?
  • If youre interested in working together, or just want to talk further, find me on:
  • If youre interested in working together, or just want to talk further, find me on:Email:jordan.mcdonnell@about.meTwitter: Thanks!@jordanmcdWebsite: CV:http://about.me/jordan.mcdonnell
  • The mediaattention
  • The mediaattention More than 123,400 visitors to Slideshare
  • The mediaattention Almost 100,000 views on Business Insider
  • The mediaattention More than 58,000 views on thejournal.ie and joe.ie
  • The mediaattention Countless conversations on blogs and Twitter.
  • The mediaattentionAnd even more attention when I got the job!
  • Credit wherecredit is duePHOTOGRAPHS:1. BLOGSPOT.COM / MUM AND DAD / LUNCH LADY JAN2. BLOG.GRUBMAN.COM / ELEPHANT FACE FINAL / STEVE GRUBMAN3. WORDPRESS.COM / MEMORIES / MY CURSED KINGDOM4. COMMONS.WIKIMEDIA.COM / A PROFESSIONAL JOB OF THUMBING / RONDAL PARTRIDGE5. WORDPRESS.COM / LIGHTHOUSE ON BRIER ISLAND / TAHINI TOO6. WALLPAPERWEB.ORG / SUN SUMMIT / UNKNOWN7. FLICKR.COM / PENCIL BALANCING / EI KATSUMATA8. WALLPAPERS.BROTHERSOFT.COM / LIFTOFF KENNEDY SPACE CENTER FLORIDA / STERNBERG9. WALLPAPER4ME.COM / LAYING IN THE GRASS / UNKNOWN10. PATUXENT HOMESTEAD / UNICYCLING ON THE TIGHTROPE / BRIAN KRISTA11. FLICKR.COM / MY DAD THE SCIENTIST / ID10T12. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC / HOLI FESTIVAL INDIA / KALPANA CHATTERJEE13. PICTUREJOURNALS.COM / BIRDS ON WIRES / DESI BAYTAN14. FLICKR.COM/ PHOTO CAMERA ROLLEI / ASTROTURTLE15. VINTAGECAMERASTYLE.TUMBLR.COM / PHOTOGRAPHERS AWAIT LA DOLCE VITA STARS 1960 / WILLIAM KLEINWEBSITES:MAPS.GOOGLE.COM // SLIDESHARE.COM // TWITTER.COM // BUSINESSINSIDER.COM // THEJOURNAL.IE // JOE.IE// CEMS.ORG // NETWORKINGFORWORK.ORG.UK // ENDAGUINAN.COM //